Conservative tide checked

Schmookler, Andrew Bard
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/22/99, Vol. 91 Issue 59, p9
Asserts that United States President Bill Clinton will leave a legacy of reversing the trend toward conservatism which began in 1972. Clinton's movement of the Democratic Party toward the center; Self-destructive tendencies of Republicans; Weaknesses of the Republican Party; Clinton's resilience; The political divide in the US.


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